It’s been a while since Liverpool beat Man United in a league game. Whilst the Reds had success in Europe against United, they have lost four and drew two of their last six Premier League games against them.
Ahead of this weekend’s game, I’ve taken a look back at the last time the Reds beat United in the league, which was in March 2014 when they won 3-0 at Old Trafford.
This game further demonstrated the title credentials that Brendan Rodgers’ side had, despite the challenge many thought they’d be confronted with prior to kick off.
Instead, Liverpool made a mockery of David Moyes’ Manchester United – the win felt even sweeter as United looked enviously up the table from seventh, behind our neighbours from across Stanley Park.
Steven Gerrard struck twice from the penalty spot, however, he missed the opportunity to make it a hat-trick of penalties when his third crashed against the post.
No matter though; Luis Suarez had the last, scornful – from a Man United fan’s point of view – say on a day to remember at Old Trafford.
I’ve taken a look back at the team from that day to see where they are now: